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Ready or not: can Bangladesh cope with climate change?

New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy travelled there to find out how people are adapting to a warming world.…

  • Sun Apr 1 10:32:00 2012
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Rich London, poor London – a tale of two cities

What would Charles Dickens, born 200 years ago this week, make of Britain’s inequality in the 21st century? wonders David Hewitt…

  • Tue Feb 7 05:27:00 2012
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Papua New Guinea

A small group of islands with a long history…

  • Sun Jan 1 10:13:00 2012
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Dying for a soup

An estimated 73 million sharks are slaughtered every year for their fins, with 110 species now facing extinction, reports Claire C.…

  • Sat Oct 1 10:01:00 2011
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Mubarak in the dock, but tyranny runs free

The bedridden spectacle of Egypt's ex-leader may be a welcome sight, but it shouldn't distract from wider issues at play in the region, says Jody McIntyre.…

  • Thu Aug 4 12:21:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

Mari Marcel Thekaekara

Mari Marcel Thekaekara…

  • Mon Jun 20 03:00:00 2011
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Whose miracle?

An epic migration to the cities has been responsible for China’s turbocharged economic performance…

  • Fri Apr 1 11:41:00 2011
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Getting a grip on social media

The limits of control on social media: fake privacy, new spyware, widespread manipulation and power of the powerful. …

  • Tue Mar 29 10:27:00 2011
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'They remove boulders and cross rivers'

History most of us never get to hear about..…

  • Thu Feb 17 06:10:00 2011
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Migritude

A review of Migritude, a book by Shailja Patel, described as ‘poetry as documentary, non-fiction as testimony’.…

  • Thu Feb 10 05:56:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

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